Arts & Culture

City 12 Hot Springs

Hot Springs government access on Resort Television Cable Channel 12 programs and broadcast times are subject to change.

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Songwriting student

From right, Hannah Hooper, with Arkansas School for Mathematics, Sciences, and the Arts Director Corey Alderdice, United Way of Garland County Associate Director Katie Gibson and Kerry Lockwood Owen, earned a $1,000 scholarship from United Way to ASMSA when she placed second in the Garland County's Got Talent competition. The 11th-grader won by playing piano and singing an original song written about artist Frida Kahlo.

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Do you suffer from portion distortion?

Did you know obesity has become a national epidemic? The prevalence of obesity in the United States has been on the increase over the last decade. In fact, more than one-third of adults and nearly 17 percent of our youths were considered obese in 2012. Is there a difference between the prevalence of obesity in adult women versus adult men? Not significantly. But, middle-age adults are more likely to be obese than younger or older adults. Here is a startling breakdown. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2011-2012 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey:

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Top Good Citizen essay

Emily Gentles, a Lake Hamilton High School senior, won the DAR Good Citizen essay contest and received an Evelyn Hilliard $750 college scholarship from the chapter. She read her winning essay at the April NSDAR John Percifull Chapter meeting. From left are Regent Carol Hunter, Darlene Gentles, Emily Gentles and Jan Meyers, Good Citizen Awards chairman.

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Cleaning up COMO

The Garland County Master Gardener COMO committee met to clean the beds, dig, divide and replant large clumps of liriope. The city of Hot Springs pick up and use any of the liriope that is not uses.

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SCV essay winner announced

Loy Mauch, left, commander of James M. Keller Camp 648, Sons of Confederate Veterans, presented an award of $500 and Certificate of Appreciation to his daughter, Scout Mauch, a 12th-grader at DeSoto Academy, in West Helena, for winning first place in the annual historical essay contest sponsored by the Arkansas Division. Her essay was entitled, "The Palmyra Massacre."

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